St Anne's Catholic Primary School

achieving excellence in all our God given talents

Lowe Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B12 0ER

0121 675 5037

Year 6

Year 6 is a special year for students as they bring to an end their Primary School journey and prepare to embark upon a new adventure.

Expectations for Year 6

  • An enjoyable year with new opportunities and experiences,
  • Progress for all children and the highest standards achieved for every child,
  • Building independent skills ready for secondary school,
  • Embedding a high level of respect,
  • Challenging the children to discover their unique gift - Who has God called me to be?

If you have any concerns or questions regarding your child, please feel free to see me at the end of the day. If I am not available or this is not convenient for yourself, then please make an appointment with me via the school office.

I look forward to continuing to work with you this year to ensure that your child reaches their full potential whilst in my care.

Miss Battick and Mr Healy

Key Information

The children will be given homework in order to practice and consolidate basic skills.

  • Spellings: Set on Monday, tested on Friday.
  • Maths and Grammar/Punctuation: Set on Friday, due on Tuesday
  • Times Tables: Set online on Times Tables Rockstars
  • Reading: Children are expected to read every evening and to record this in their reading diaries.

Please note that in order to prepare for SATs and secondary school, the expectations for homework will increase. There will also be opportunities for the children to complete creative homework tasks/projects throughout the year.

Our Learning

Find out what we will be learning during the year in our Curriculum Overviews (latest at the top):

More about our learning in Year 6:


Class teachers may set additional tasks for your children to complete through the following links alongside the CGP books and reading everyday in the event of a shutdown for the Corona Virus or self isolation of your child. Some of these links have also been added as class/key stage specific. You can also view many more resources and projects on our Home Learning Page. We also encourage you to share some of your child's home learning through twitter, our handle is @stannespri.



As a school family, we would like to create a very special and unique ‘Book of Hopes’. The theme of the book as the title suggests is HOPE which is more important than ever in these challenging times.

We would like you to contribute by sending your artwork, prayers, poetry, videos, photographs, messages, personal stories, songs, raps or anything else that you want to create as a symbol of hope. Please email it to or post it to school by Friday 22nd May. Children, parents, families or even communities - please contribute. We look forward to seeing your wonderful work!

home learning tasks set by miss battick

I would love to see your work! You can share your work with me through Twitter @stannespri or by email

Week beginning 20/4/20

BBC Bitesize - Circulatory System

Human Circulatory System

Human Body Interactive Simulation

How a healthy heart works

Week beginning 27/4/20

Also, can you solve this First News Puzzle?

  • Writing: (2 weeks) Doors (see previous week) 
  • Topic and Science (see work set for whole half term above) 

Week beginning 4/5/20

More information about the book: 

  • Writing:  (2 weeks) The City of Silence  - 15 creative writing activities Year 6 Talk for Writing Booklet
  • Topic and Science (see work set for whole half term above)

Week beginning 11/5/20

  • Maths: Summer Term - Week 4 - Fractions Revision

Video lessons: Year 6 - White Rose Maths

Worksheets: Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

Answers: Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

  • Topic and Science (see work set for whole half term above)


 Week beginning 18/5/20

  • Maths: Summer Term - Week 5 - Revision of multiplying and dividing by 10,100,100 and Decimals.

   Video lessons: Year 6 - White Rose Maths

   Worksheets: Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

   Answers: Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

  • Reading: What's in the news? Read the newspaper articles and answer the questions. Then try the puzzle!   

         First News Comprehension    First News Puzzle

  • Writing:  A piece of writing based on the theme of HOPE for our St Anne's Book of Hopes Project. You could write a poem, a song, a prayer or a reflective piece on what hope means to you or why you think it's so important to have hope, especially linked to the current situation. You could do this on your own or with your family, You can also include illustrations or photographs. Please send your writing to me via email by Friday 22nd May at
  • Topic and Science (see work set for whole half term above)



Ready to perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The MAC as part of The Shakespeare School’s Festival

Hard at work on Takeover Day!

Kicking off our Evolution topic with a Survival of the Fittest battle! 


Excited for the first activity at Whitemoor Lakes 


Finding out how to use paying-in slips with Natwest.



Using an atlas to track the perilous journey of a refugee